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Breaking News

By | June 9th, 2015|VetSec News|

We have exciting news to share with all! Veterans Security is going to the next level. Due to our recent and future anticipated growth and expansion, we have many new and exciting changes forthcoming. Staying true to Veterans Security Vision Statement, "to grow and expand our professional capabilities by setting the standard within the security [...]

Building Safety Tips

By | August 14th, 2014|Safety Tips|

Key Security It is your responsibility to maintain security. Know which keys you have and to which locks. Only have keys to facilities you need to access. Never leave keys in a door lock. Don’t loan keys out. Don’t duplicate keys. Report key loss. Make sure that keys issued on a temporary basis are returned. [...]

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Crime Prevention through Environmental Design

By | July 19th, 2014|Uncategorized|

CPTED is based on four elements: NATURAL SURVEILLANCE Natural Surveillance is a design concept directed primarily at keeping intruders under observation. It utilizes design features to increase the visibility of a property or building. The proper placement and design of windows, lighting, and landscaping increases the ability of those who care to observe intruders as well as regular users, and [...]

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Four Benefits of Hiring a Veteran!

By | May 14th, 2014|Veterans|

An increasing number of civilian employers are becoming more aware of the unique strengths former military personnel can bring with them to a civilian job. Whether you are a business leader considering expanding your work force, or a veteran considering which qualities to highlight in your cover letter, reviewing these top four military-related attributes that [...]

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Council oks False Alarm Ordinance; effective May 1

By | January 16th, 2014|VetSec News|

Surprise, AZ (January 14, 2014) In an attempt to reduce the number of false alarm calls phoned into Surprise Police, the Surprise City Council adopted a False Alarm Ordinance Tuesday night that will seek more engagement from alarm companies and alarm owners before police are asked to respond to intrusion and burglar alarms. Police say [...]

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It Pays to Fight Crime

By | June 10th, 2013|VetSec News|

Chad Benham founder of Veterans Security is proud to have been elected to the Board of Directors for Silent Witness this past week. Did you know that Silent Witness is a community based, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. ALL of the rewards paid out are funded entirely through private donations and grants – not taxes. Silent Witness [...]

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Why third party Verification Response Ordinances Work and save taxpayer dollars

By | May 8th, 2013|Uncategorized|

The use of verified response as a means by which city and county agencies can reduce their overhead burdens by reducing overtime and eliminating administrative involvement in record keeping and adjudication of alarm response programs, further reducing costs for those agencies. In fact, between 94% and 99% of all 36 million false alarms that police responded [...]

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Why to hire a private security company

By | April 24th, 2013|Private Security Company|

If your company has significant assets to protect, you and your staff may be wondering when it is appropriate to hire a private security company. Firms looking for private security companies in Phoenix AZ typically need to determine whether they will be better served by setting up an in-house security team or going with an [...]

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A Security Guard is a Safety Officer

By | April 18th, 2013|Safety Officer, Security Guard|

Regardless of what type of business you run, it is important to keep your business premises as secure as possible. All businesses, large and small, should have measures in place to ensure that criminal activity does not occur at all or occurs very infrequently. One of the best ways to make sure that your business [...]

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5 Reasons for a Mall Security Guard

By | April 15th, 2013|Mall Security, Security Patrol|

Violent incidents that have taken place at shopping malls have filled media headlines in recent years. And although it isn’t feasible for shopping malls to have a force of police of their own, much of the same function can be effectively performed by a uniformed mall security guard. This article will serve as a primer [...]

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